AASLD, an association for scientists and healthcare providers in the field of liver disease, seeks a talented Assistant Controller to join our Finance and Administration team. This is a newly created position and the person in this role will be responsible for preparing financial statements, dashboard reports, and analysis. Ensures that AASLD and AASLD Foundation accounting policies and procedures are in conformity with GAAP, FASB and in line with not for profit financial best practices.
The Assistant Controller reports directly to the Controller. Responsible for preparing financial statements, reports and analysis. Ensure that AASLD and AASLD Foundation accounting policies and procedures are in conformity with GAAP, FASB and in line with not for profit financial best practices. Responsible for accounting and budget software and integration with PN3, AMS, CRM and others. Responsible for knowing and following AASLD and AASLD Foundation’s financial policies and procedures.
Oversee accurate and timely dissemination of monthly financial statements, including identifying variances in monthly schedules reconciled to the statement of financial position and statement of financial activities
Ensure accuracy and integrity of financial information by following established internal controls
Ensure quality control over financial transactions and reporting
Prepare and analyze complex reconciliation of AASLD & AASLD Foundation schedules and intercompany financial activities
Proficient in graphs and dashboard reports as needed
Participate with annual audit and tax/information return preparation for AASLD and AASLD Foundation
Participate with the accurate and timely completion of all corporate income tax returns taking full advantage of all favorable tax codes (i.e. renewal of tax-exempt certification with State Agencies)
Lead the preparation of annual budget and financial forecasts and report variances
Proficient in knowledge of the latest changes in accounting standards and compliance to support financial transactions
Prepare cash flow projections for AASLD and AASLD Foundation
Ensure timely filing of business and annual reports with appropriate State agencies as well as Federal and State annual tax returns
Prepare year-end schedule and reports for Form 990 (informational tax return)
Manage and comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements as needed
Supervise the Senior Staff Accountant and Staff Accountant
Additional duties as necessary
Ensure maintenance and safe keeping of personnel files
Oversight of payroll and Flexible Spending Administration (FSA)
Ensure most recent AASLD’s accounting policies and forms are updated in SharePoint and other shared drives
Work closely with Director, Human Resources
Oversee annual physical office inventory for fixed assets and reconcile related fixed assets accounts with general ledgers accounts
Support Finance & Administration team with the logistical operations of the AASLD office
Office security oversight
Thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, legislation and regulations concerning non-profit accounting and reporting.
Exceptional accuracy and keen attention to detail
Experience with financial statement preparation for not-for-profit entities
Experience with general ledger functions and the month-end/year end close process
Experience in preparing and review of payroll and non-profit tax filings
Experience with not-for-profit accounting systems; Microsoft Office, Solomon and PN3 experience preferred
Strong organizational, analytical and communication skills are essential
Must have the ability to relate technical information to both accounting and non-accounting staff
Energetic, self-motivated, highly organized team player, with the ability to manage multiple tasks
5 or more years of combined accounting experience within the non-for-profit organizations
Five or more year of supervisory capacity
Internal Number: AsstCon-HR619
About American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases
AASLD is the leading organization of scientists and healthcare professionals committed to preventing and curing liver disease.
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